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Till a year ago most purchases of all-in-ones were influenced by space constraints. Now, however, the all-in-one has become a complete PC.

For 2013, it has announced 20 new models across price ranges. G&G reviews the new 46" F7500 which comes in the Series 7 televisions from the Korean tech giant.
The smartphone, priced at Rs 26,900, has Oleophobic coating and dragon trail glass which makes it both scratch and finger-print resistant.
However, the price points of the products could be a put off for many users in India.
The subscription-based Creative Cloud service will now have 15 new applications including Photoshop CC, InDesign CC and Illustrator CC.
Email is evolving, especially to meet the needs of smartphone users.
Trend Micro has issued a warning about a new Facebook phishing scam that directs users to key in their credit card info as part of a security check.
The Esprit Timewear Solara and Solaro are solar watches which need to be charged only once in five months.
The Nexus 4 has a 4.7-inch capacitive display with 1280 x 786p resolution. It runs on Android v 4.2.2, and is powered by Snapdragon S4 Pro.
Is Samsung's latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, as impressive as its predecessor, the Galaxy SIII? Gadgets & Gizmos finds out.
Priced at Rs 15,999, the Asus Fonepad has a very holdable form factor and is thin enough to facilitate easy reading, like in a Kindle.
A top government official has said these mobile applications are turning out to be another technological challenge for the government.
The Canvas 3D is Micromax's first glass-free 3D attempt. This 5-inch full touch phablet doesn't require 3D glasses to view 3D content.